S 472

  • South Carolina Senate Bill
  • 2021-2022 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate Jan 14, 2021
  • Senate
  • House
  • Governor

A Bill To Enact The "Responsible Alcohol Server Training Act"; To Amend Title 61 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To Alcohol And Alcoholic Beverages, By Adding Chapter 3, To Provide For The Establishment, Implementation, And Enforcement Of A Mandatory Alcohol Server Training And Education Program, To Require Servers Of Alcoholic Beverages For On-Premises Consumption In Licensed Or Permitted Businesses To Obtain Alcohol Server Certificates, To Provide Guidance For The Curricula Of The Training Programs, To Provide For The Department Of Revenue To Be Responsible For Approval Of The Training Programs And Implementation Of The Alcohol Server Certificates, To Require Fees From Providers Of Training Programs And From Applicants For Alcohol Server Certificates To Cover The Costs Of The Mandatory Training And Enforcement, To Require Coordination Among The Department Of Revenue, The State Law Enforcement Division, And Other State And Local Agencies For The Implementation And Enforcement Of These Provisions, And To Provide For Fines And Penalties For Violations Of These Provisions; To Amend Section 61-2-60 Of The 1976 Code, Relating To The Promulgation Of Regulations, To Authorize The Department Of Revenue To Promulgate Regulations Governing The Development, Implementation, Education, And Enforcement Of Responsible Alcohol Server Training Provisions; And To Amend Section 61-4-50, Section 61-4-90(A), Section 61-4-580, Section 61-6-2220, Section 61-6-4070(A), And Section 61-6-4080 Of The 1976 Code, All Relating To The Unlawful Sale Of Alcohol, To Provide For Fines And Penalties For Violations Of Certain Provisions.


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Feb 16, 2021


Referred to Subcommittee: Talley (ch), Hutto, Matthews, Climer, Senn, Cash, Harpootlian

Jan 14, 2021


Introduced and read first time


Referred to Committee on Judiciary

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